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Rabun County, Georgia

This small community in the north Georgia mountains is located about an hour and a half northeast of Atlanta, and equally distant from Asheville NC and Greenville SC. It is known for gorgeous lakes, whitewater rivers, trout fishing, hiking trails, and endless outdoor opportunities on vast expanses of U.S. National Forest. Real estate options range from small cabins and tracts of land, to reasonably priced mountain and valley homes, to luxury lake homes and mountain top estates. Rabun County has something to offer in all price ranges for those who enjoy the outdoors, art, fine dining, water sports, local wineries, antique shopping, golf and spa resorts, and countless festivals and other seasonal activities. This mountain getaway can also provide solitude in very remote areas, however, easy access to breathtaking mountain scenery is what has made Rabun County one of the most desired second home markets in the Southeastern U.S.

Lake Burton

Lake Burton was built in the early 1900s, and like Lake Rabun, Lake Seed, and three other lakes, it was built to provide hydroelectric power to Atlanta. Lake Burton is the largest lake in the county... Read more


Clayton is the county seat of beautiful Rabun County. Clayton is an old railroad town, and the architecture of the early twentieth century is beautifully preserved in the downtown area. Main Street features art... Read more


Nestled between Lakemont and Tiger is the small community of Wiley. Small though it is, Wiley is home to a working farm that draws visitors year round for fresh ciders, salsas and other locally made edibles. Homes in... Read more


Lakemont is the "jumping off place" for Lake Rabun. Lakemont now features art galleries, wellness center, gourmet grocery store, and several charming restaurants. A drive through the "downtown" area of Lakemont... Read more

Seed Lake

Lake Seed is the smallest of the three main lakes in Rabun County. There is only one small public boat ramp. The lake has thirteen miles of shoreline, with a campground along the western shore. The homes here offer a... Read more

Mountain City

The location of this incorporated town is unique because it bestrides the Eastern Continental Divide in a deep break in the Blue Ridge Mountains at an elevation of over 2100 feet. Mountain City is home to the... Read more

Rabun Gap

Rabun Gap is probably most well-known for Rabun Gap Nacoochee School, a private boarding school that began as two schools, Rabun Gap Industrial School, and the Nacoochee Institute. The... Read more


Chances are if you've spent much time in Rabun County, you have been to The Dillard House. The Dillard family settled the area in the late 1700s, and they and other families built a haven for travelers and residents... Read more

Lake Rabun

Construction on Lake Rabun was completed in 1915, and in the years that followed, Lake Rabun became a favorite summer retreat for families from Atlanta and the surrounding areas. The lakes of Rabun County were... Read more


Tiger was incorporated in 1904. Legend has it that the name came from a Cherokee Indian Chief, Tiger Tail, but it is more likely that settlers gave it the name because of the screams of mountain lions. Tiger is home... Read more

Sky Valley

Sky Valley is the highest incorporated town in Georgia. This quaint community sits in a small valley on the slopes of Rabun Bald, the second highest mountain in Georgia. It is a popular destination for golfers... Read more

Tallulah Falls

Tallulah Gorge is over 1,000 feet deep, with rushing whitewater crashing through the bottom of the gorge. The surrounding area was originally inhabited by Cherokee Indians, who viewed the wild landscape... Read more